Hidden away on a tiny cul-de-sac, this Aspen-like chalet hidden amongst the trees is a delight to behold. A compound of three separate structures was built on a 21,000 foot hillside lot surrounded by alpine vegetation and quiet wooded pathways and fountains. The five-bedroom, four-bath compound in a total of 3460 sq. ft. last sold (November 2004) for just over a million dollars and was described in the listing as “Secluded private architectural compound. 3 story main house has 20′ ceilings, quality tongue & grove construction; 2 fireplaces, kitchen w/sub zero fridge, Viking stove, granite counters, total home H2O filtration system, 2 car garage w/elevator. Huge windows, lots of light. Giant bottom workspace flows to outdoor gardens w/ pro kitchen, sprouting lush trees & plants w/covered patio for dining & hot tub. Over 1/2 acre of land including additional buildable parcel with 2 guest houses”.
- 9:30 am – 5:30 pm, November 17, 2017 – The Silver Lake Branch Library Big November Book Sale!!!
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